Roberto Mancini says he’s tired of Paul Lambert and many Premier League managers it would seem.
“There are some managers it is better to shut up. I asked the fourth official if there was a yellow card, without moving my hands, and he comes over to me I can understand if I was talking to him but I didn’t say anything. I am very tired with their behaviour. Sometimes these managers go to the big stadiums and the other manager says everything and they say nothing.
“When they go to Old Trafford, they say nothing. When other managers talk about the referee they always sit on the bench. I don’t like this type of behaviour.”
“We didn’t play well and this is my fault because I am the manager,” said Mancini. “Now I shall find the solution quickly as we have important games. It is a massive result for us I thought the way we played was excellent.”
City were in the lead at half-time through a Mario Balotelli goal, but a Gareth Barry OGon the hour mark canceled this out. Aleksander Kolarov put the hosts into the lead once more soon after but Gabriel Agbonlahor equalised to send the game to extra time.
Two additional goals from N’Zogbia and Agbonlahor secured an incredible victory for the Villa.